Potted plants accent the white and black office where Dr. Edgar Romo realigns clients with traditional chiropractic treatments. Dedicated to promoting overall good health, he also helps to slim frames with his signature Dr. Edgar Romo Diet. His practice's focus is that of comprehensive lifestyle changes, such as uniting nutrition and exercise or moving to Toledo and opening up a trinket bazaar. Dr. Romo’s program aims to foster all-over physical and mental wellness. Using his expertise and specially designed equipment, Dr. Romo relieves chronic discomfort as well as pain resulting from a variety of injuries.
Kelly Clawson entered the field of massage therapy for one simple reason: to help people feel better. But what sounds like a straightforward goal actually requires a lot of communication and thought. Prior to sessions, Kelly asks after areas of concerns in order to shape her treatment plan. This might include using heated stones to ease knotted muscles or stimulating acupressure points to boost circulation. Ever the student, Kelly adds to her list of skills—including body scrubs and inch-loss treatments—through a constant stream of classes.
At Armstrong Family Chiropractic and Bodyworks, owner Dr. Bob Armstrong put biophysics-based spinal corrective techniques to use in order to produce lasting results. With state-of-the-art equipment, computerized spinal analysis, and extensive training at his disposal, the doctor can help patients with a range of backaches and issues. In addition to realignments, Armstrong Family Chiropractic and Bodyworks offers massage therapy as a supplement to regular treatments. Unlike other chiropractors and lazy TSA agents, Dr. Armstrong offers both before and after x-rays when appropriate in order to demonstrate the efficacy of his treatments.
Massage therapist Shawn Salinas has a knack for alleviating pain. His secret weapon is his deep-tissue massage, which can knead hard-to-reach aches that are normally only reachable via the Magic School Bus. To augment his massages, he also offers heat therapy, aromatherapy, and PNF stretching.
Michael Dooley used to suffer from chronic headaches and lower-back pain. It wasn't until he sought out chiropractic care that he found relief, which inspired him to become a chiropractor and open his own practice. At Dooley Family Chiropractic, the doctor of chiropractic provides a variety of services, including spinal adjustments, x-rays, and electronic muscle stimulation. Dr. Dooley is joined by a massage therapist who bolsters the chiropractor's drug-free methods with kneading to banish tension and improve circulation.
Suffering from multiple athletic injuries, Dr. Dan Anderson received treatment from his father, an osteopathic physician. The health benefits he discovered from these manipulation therapies inspired him to pursue a career in chiropractic care. Dr. Anderson has now practiced for 26 years (18 in Modesto) and uses a blend of one-on-one consultation, surface EMG tests of the muscles and nervous system, and x-rays to prescribe an individualized course of treatment for each patient. Instrument and hand adjustments maneuver bones and muscle groups into the correct formation, while nutritional advice and at-home exercise allow patients to extend their healing beyond the office and into sit-up routines wherever they have some time to kill, such as the gym or the DMV. The bilingual staff at Anderson Chiropractic and Wellness speaks English and Spanish, and the reception area’s blue walls support warm sconces that light up the room along with each posttreatment smile.